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Jetex appointed official FBO and handler for MEBAA Show 2016

Posted 21 September 2016 · Add Comment

Jetex Flight Support has been appointed as the official FBO and handler for the Middle East & North Africa Business Aviation Association (MEBAA) Show 2016, organised by F&E Aerospace on behalf of MEBAA at DWC, Airshow Site, from 6 to 8 December.



"This agreement is a testament to the quality standards Jetex offers to their valued clients. We have been pleased to partner Jetex for the past two years to successfully curate some of the most significant business aviation shows within the MENA region, including the MEBAA Show 2014 and the Dubai Airshow 2015," said Michele van Akelijen, Managing Director of F&E.

Jetex will provide full flight support services for all business aviation flights operating from its newly-built VIP terminal at the Aviation District in DWC. Jetex will also offer bespoke FBO facilities for passengers and crew, in addition to customers and immigration services, visa arrangements, aircraft parking, and coordination of aircraft display areas at the MEBAA Show 2016.

"We are thankful to F&E Aerospace and MEBAA for this opportunity to further strengthen our reputation as one of the leading general aviation service providers across the Middle East. Our skilled and friendly team of ground handlers and customer service professionals are dedicated to ensuring the best possible personalised services for all our valued clients," said Adel Mardini, CEO and President of Jetex.

The Jetex Dubai FBO is a 24-hour facility, offering round-the-clock customs clearance catered specifically to private, business and government VIP travellers. With dedicated executive passenger and crew lounges, Jetex is the first FBO in Dubai to be awarded the IS-BAH certification. The Jetex Dubai FBO offers a complete scope of services that includes all FBO and ramp services, in addition to concierge services for those seeking VIP transportation or hotel accommodations.

 

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